London small bench with cushion


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Designer: Morten Georgsen

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Expected delivery: 6-8 weeks. Due to current systemic global logistic challenges, the delivery times might not reflect reality. Your local store will be able to provide more accurate delivery timings.
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Meet London

Soft and stylish, the London bench is perfect as additional seating for your home. The simple elegance of the design seamlessly matches your interior while the cushion makes it a joy to sit on.


Dimensions and weight

  • Height: 19 "
  • Width: 31½ "
  • Depth: 14¾ "
  • Seating height: 18½ "
  • Weight: 22 lb
  • Maximum weight load: 264 lb


The MOJAVE fabric has a special structure that adds a soft and inviting look to the furniture. It is perfect for a more formal style and for combining with neutral tones and wooden materials. Ideal to create a modern, yet classy atmosphere.


  • Composition: 75% Polyester/25% Viscose
  • Leg/base: steel
  • Seat: foam


  • Leg/base: powder coated

Assembly instructions

This product is easy to assemble. Just follow the instructions and we’re sure you can do it without any extra help from us.


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Morten Georgsen

Flexible design

Designer Morten Georgsen has created a bench concept that allows you to tailor the design to your exact needs. With great comfort, eye-catching design and flexible materials, the London bench is a clever choice.

A soft eye-catcher

The soft cushion in your choice of leather or fabric is more than great comfort. Choose a bold color for a dynamic look, or keep it neutral for a calm and integrated expression.

Storage and decoration

Choose a London bench with a shelf for storage and decoration and make the bench an integrated part of your dining room, living room, bedroom or hallway.

    A tip from our interior designer

    “Benches are great for squeezing guests in for big get-togethers. And can live a second life when stood against a large wall.”